"The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (known as the FAFSA) is a form that can be prepared annually by current and prospective college students (undergraduate and graduate) in the United States to determine their eligibility for student financial aid (including the Pell Grant, Federal student loans and Federal Work-Study).
Despite its name, the application is not for a single federal program, being rather the gateway of consideration for:
- the nine federal student-aid programs
- the 605 state aid programs
- most of the institutional aid available" (Wikipedia)
Maintained by the University of Florida. Provides links to home pages for American Universities granting bachelor or advanced degrees. Alphabetical order, no state listing.
Information on cost, statistics on degrees awarded, enrollment, student demographics.
A guide to financial aid.
The site is arranged in a directory format with listings categorized by curriculum, then where necessary, subdivided by geography.
Includes information on the GRE tests for graduate school, including test centers, registration and sample test questions.
Information on undergraduate and graduate programs.
Provides: National university rankings; liberal arts colleges rankings; regional colleges rankings; regional universities rankings; best value schools; A+ for B students; up and coming schools; top public schools; most international students.
US News, known since 1983 for its higher education rankings, presents a site with graduate rankings.
Maintained by the University of Texas-Austin, containing an alphabetical list of regionally-accredited U.S. universities.
Maintained by UT-Austin containing a list of regionally-accredited U.S. universities by state.
Tel: (660) 785-7417
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